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What happened after WWE Raw went off the air (VIDEO)

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Becky Lynch secured tickets to this Saturday’s Women’s Money in the Bank ladder match by winning a “Last Chance” qualifying match on Monday’s “WWE Raw” main event.

Following his win, Lynch compared himself to WWE icon John Cena in an emotional dark promo segment.

“I hope you all enjoy 20 years of John Cena,” Lynch told fans at Sam’s Auto Arena in Laredo, TX. “Well, let me tell you what, I didn’t need a loud conversation with John Cena to know that I am the living embodiment of ‘never give up.’ Because it has happened many times, many times over the past few months. It has happened that I have gone down, but I am not out even for a moment.”

Lynch was referencing her recent loss, which caused her to temporarily black out her social media accounts. Speaking further, Lynch insisted that he is the living embodiment of Cena’s popular phrase.

“Even though how I’ve made history speaks for itself, even if I’ve changed the game forever and it speaks for itself, even if it must mean I automatically get into Money in the Bank.” If you get a match from him, it doesn’t matter.” Lynch added. “What matters is my comeback story and you better believe it is my comeback story because I am the definition of hustle, loyalty and respect.”

After WWE shared an exclusive video clip of the promo segment, Lynch retweeted the same and sent another message to Cena. Lynch would also make reference to his in-ring Confrontation with Cena in January 2019 At the height of his run as “The Man” of WWE.

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“Big Time Bex” defeated Shayna Baszler, Xia Lee, Tamina, Dewdrop, and Nikki Ashe in a “Last Chance” elimination match. She will join Alexa Bliss, Asuka, Lacey Evans, Liv Morgan, Raquel Rodriguez and Schottzy in Saturday’s ladder match.

Lynch was also trending on Monday night for his irresistible reaction to Cena walking into the backstage arena of “WWE Raw” to greet his old friends. As can be seen in the video below, Lynch didn’t bother to stand up and shake hands with Cena.

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